My tire light is on and I do not know which one or if all the valves are defective. How do I find out?

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Asked by Sep 01, 2015 at 08:00 AM about the 2013 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I want to know which tire inflator velve is defective to be able to turn the light
off. How do I go about finding the defective valve and how do I replace?

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If you have already tried putting air in tires and light is still on you will have to take to tire store they have a tool that can tell you which sensor is bad and tire will have to be removed from rim to replace sensor.

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Yea I tried checking the inflation without success. I will check the shop. Thanks

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I remember the good old days when we carried a simple gauge, and checked once or twice a month. Or if a tire looked low. Matter of fact I still do. My Corolla does not have TPMS and if it did I would get rid of it, instead of depending on electronic devices that give us trouble .... Just my opinion..... and don't forget the spare.. it has a monitor too. The donut should be 50 or 60 psi, I don't remember without going out to car, but look on the tire. It's embossed on it

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Definitely agree with David my tire light is on now but not going to replace sensor because I keep a check on the air pressure in my tires just hope it will burn out one day.

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Yup. A mechanical gauge over a radio transmitter any day

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